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Teen uses voice to help other kids


Teen uses voice to help other kids

October 23, 2012


Source - KING 5 TV

This year marks the 15th year for a really terrific one-night only concert that helps raise money for families with kids going through treatment at Seattle Children’s. Spearheaded by Grammy-winning film composer Mateo Messina, this year’s show is called The Voice of Finnegan Farrell, transforming Benaroya Symphony Hall into a beautiful live cinema with more than 250 performers on stage. Mateo and 13-year-old Clayton Beasley perform a special song they co-wrote together for the show called “I’ll Use My Voice Until the Day I Die”.

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